ALS Managing a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Environment

ALS Managing a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Environment

By: Microsoft Official Academic Course (author)Hardback

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One of the core MCSA titles in Microsoft's Academic Learning Series, ALS Managing a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Environment offers a complete learning solution for students studying to become network administrators, currently one of the hottest careers for IT professionals. The book offers a complete learning program consisting of a hardcover textbook with two CD ROMS and a paperback lab manual. Written in a clear and straightforward manner, the textbook contains numerous learning aids designed to help students master the material and a wealth of practice exercises designed to give students plenty of hands on experience developing the skills needed to do the networking administrators job and to prepare for MCP exam # 70-218.

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ABOUT THIS BOOK. Intended Audience. Prerequisites. About the CD-ROM. Features of This Book. Chapter and Appendix Overview. Where to Find Specific Skills in This Book. Getting Started. The Microsoft Certified Professional Program. Technical Support. Evaluation Edition Software Support. Chapter 1: Networking with Microsoft Windows 2000. Lesson 1: Understanding the Windows 2000 Networking Architecture. Lesson 2: Using Microsoft Management Console. Chapter 2: Managing Client and Server Computers. Lesson 1: Installing New Hardware. Lesson 2: Installing Updates. Lesson 3: Managing Client Access Licenses. Lesson 4: Troubleshooting Boot Problems. Chapter 3: Managing Storage Resources. Lesson 1: Managing Data Storage. Lesson 2: Creating Dynamic Disks. Lesson 3: Implementing Storage Quotas. Lesson 4: Managing Compression and Encryption. Chapter 4: Managing NTFS Permissions. Lesson 1: Understanding NTFS Permissions. Lesson 2: Assigning NTFS Permissions. Lesson 3: Assigning Special Permissions. Chapter 5: Sharing Drives and Printers. Lesson 1: Creating Drive and Folder Shares. Lesson 2: Using Distributed Files System. Lesson 3: Installing Network Printers. Lesson 4: Administering Network Printers. Lesson 5: Managing Share Permissions. Chapter 6: Monitoring Server Health and Security. Lesson 1: Monitoring Server Performance. Lesson 2: Monitoring Shared Resources. Lesson 3: Microsoft Windows 2000 Auditing. Chapter 7: Managing Active Directory User and Computer Objects. Lesson 1: Creating User and Computer Objects. Lesson 2: Maintaining User Accounts. Lesson 3: Creating User Profiles. Chapter 8: Managing Active Directory Group Objects. Lesson 1: Using Group Objects. Lesson 2: Understanding Default Groups. Lesson 3: Creating Group Objects. Lesson 4: Managing Administrative Access. Chapter 9: Using Group Policies. Lesson 1: Understanding Group Policies. Lesson 2: Implementing Group Policies. Lesson 3: Using Security Policies. Lesson 4: Troubleshooting Group Policy Problems. Chapter 10: Managing Resources with Active Directory Service. Lesson 1: Publishing Resources in Active Directory Service. Lesson 2: Redirecting Folders Using Group Policies. Lesson 3: Deploying Applications Using Group Policies. Chapter 11: Replicating Active Directory. Lesson 1: Creating Sites and Subnets. Lesson 2: Configuring Intersite Replication. Lesson 3: Troubleshooting Active Directory Replication. Chapter 12: Active Directory Service Administration. Lesson 1: Managing Object and Container Permissions. Lesson 2: Locating and Moving Active Directory Objects. Lesson 3: Delegating Control. Lesson 4: Troubleshooting Active Directory Service. Chapter 13: TCP/IP Administration. Lesson 1: TCP/IP Overview. Lesson 2: Configuring TCP/IP Clients. Lesson 3: Using TCP/IP Utilities. Chapter 14: Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. Lesson 1: Understanding DHCP. Lesson 2: Configuring a DHCP Server. Lesson 3: Troubleshooting DHCP. Chapter 15: Windows Name Resolution. Lesson 1: Understanding Windows Name Resolution. Lesson 2: Using WINS. Chapter 16: Domain Name System. Lesson 1: Understanding DNS. Lesson 2: Creating Zones. Lesson 3: Managing Resource Records. Lesson 4: Troubleshooting DNS. Chapter 17: Managing Internet Information Services. Lesson 1: Creating Web Sites and FTP Sites. Lesson 2: Creating Virtual Directories. Lesson 3: Managing Site Security. Lesson 4: Troubleshooting IIS. Chapter 18: Remote Client Access. Lesson 1: Using Remote Access. Lesson 2: Using Virtual Private Networks. Lesson 3: Using NAT and ICS. Lesson 4: Using Terminal Services. Chapter 19: Disaster Recovery and Prevention. Lesson 1: Backing Up Your Network. Lesson 2: Backing Up and Restoring Active Directory. APPENDIX: Questions and Answers. GLOSSARY. INDEX.

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  • publication date: 01/07/2002
  • ISBN13: 9780470065792
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 974
  • ID: 9780470065792
  • weight: 1914
  • ISBN10: 0470065796

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